Biological Classification

Biology
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Pseudopodia is a characteristic feature of which class?

A
Ciliata
B
Sarcodina
C
Sporozoa
D
None of the above
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Coenogametes are formed in

A
Albugo
B
Saccharomyces
C
Rhizopus
D
None of the above
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Phytoplankton consists of

A
Non-vascular hydrophytes
B
Aquatic algae and photosynthetic bacteria
C
Micro-organisms functioning as decomposers
D
Plant consuming animals and their remains
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Common bread mold is

A
Yeast
B
Rhizopus
C
Bacteria
D
Virus
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In Rhizopus, hyphae are

A
Branched, septate and antinuclear
B
Branched, aseptate and multi nucleate
C
Unbranched, aseptate and multi nucleate
D
Unbranched, septate and coenocytic
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In Rhizopus, if conjugation fails, gametangia behave as zygophore. It is called as

A
Conidia
B
Parthenospore
C
Gametangia
D
Sporangiospore
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Rhizopus belongs to

A
Zygomycetes
B
Basidiomycetes
C
Ascomycetes
D
Deuteromycetes
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Which of the following plant and its mode of nutrition is not correctly matched?

A
Cuscuta - Stem parasite
B
Mucor - Autotroph
C
Orobanche - Root parasite
D
Drosera - Insectivorous
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In Mucor, asexual reproduction takes place by

A
Motile zoospores
B
Spores
C
Zoogametes
D
Zygospores
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